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Take a tarte tatin, and make it better by loading it up with onion, mushrooms, nuts and blue cheese.
You think about the kind of person who’s going to get involved in politics today, it seems you have to either be nuts or so egotistical that you don’t care that people say things about you.
When the collector picked them up to dust, “the dog went nuts, barking, nipping, spinning in circles,” according to Derrickson’s notes.
It drives me nuts when my subject is right where I want them in the frame, and my camera autofocus just keeps searching for a focus point instead of letting me trigger the shutter.
The nuts are cut into thin slices and wrapped in the leaves of a singular plant called buyo.
The two animal friends soon came to where some of the acorn nuts had fallen off a tree, and they ate as many as they wanted.
The savages also cultivated ground-nuts, of several varieties; among them,299 Arachis hypoga and Apios tuberosa.
The treasure consisted in this case of a quantity of bent and rusty nails of all sizes, and a few screws and nuts.
THE BOX-CAR CHILDRENGERTRUDE CHANDLER WARNER
Once a big hog came up and tried to eat the nuts out of a basket.
THE LATER CAVE-MENKATHARINE ELIZABETH DOPP
Wild hogs and bears had begun to harvest the nuts before the Cave-men returned.
THE LATER CAVE-MENKATHARINE ELIZABETH DOPP

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